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Next-Gen Engineers: Eyes on the Sky
Student Competition Profile: Base 11 Space Challenge
The talent crunch continues post-pandemic as companies search for hard-find skill sets and engineers comfortable with new ways of working.

Study: Indiana Manufacturers Ready to Implement Data
The study also recommended training the current and future workforce in using artificial intelligence and expanding AI-related data availability to include rural areas.
Penn State Buys SPEE3D Metal 3D Printing Technology 
Penn State University have acquired SPEE3D’s high-speed metal 3D printing technology, bringing new research and development opportunities to additive manufacturing in the U.S.
Material Insights into Additive Manufacturing
Use of multiscale material modeling and simulation software is helping expand role of additive manufacturing.
Ansys Collaborates to Offer Online Learning with Cornell
Ansys and Cornell University join forces to create a dynamic engineering curriculum, enabling engineering students to master simulation.
CAASE21 Preview: Trusting the Model
In his upcoming CAASE21 presentation, Jakob Hartl of Purdue University offers a rigorous approach to putting faith in simulation results.
Five UC San Diego Teams Win $100,000 to Research Autonomous Vehicles
Each team will receive $100,000 from Qualcomm to pursue cutting-edge research on autonomous vehicles, natural language processing and other areas, school says.
Purdue University Turbulence Model May Aid in Design of Aircraft
Engineers enable simulation of complete ‘dance’ of colliding vortices at reduced computational time.
Next-Gen Student Competition Profile: HackOHI/O
Ohio State University’s Hackathon problem-solves technologies.
Purdue, West Point to Partner on Autonomous Race Car Challenge
The challenge, set for Oct. 21-23, is a series of events that has teams address topics such as artificial intelligence, sensors, data science and more in the successful operation of a high-speed autonomous race car.
Edge Computing Platform Offers Smart Monitoring Options
The IoT Edge platform from ClearBlade uses Edge AI technology to help companies and organizations monitor and predict performance for industries, including rail, manufacturing, retail, aerospace and agriculture.
Purdue University Uses Machine Learning to Classify Mechanical Objects
Purdue University mechanical engineers creates comprehensive open-source annotated database of more than 58,000 3D mechanical parts
Northrop Grumman Donates Shock Tunnel for Purdue Hypersonics Research
Once installed, Purdue will reportedly be only the second university in the U.S. to offer such a hypersonics test capability.
Next-Gen: Challenge Sparks Excitement in Engineering
Student Competition Profile: SolidProfessor Design Challenge
IoT Equips Students to Develop Ways to Cut Vehicle Emissions and Inspections
A new system using remote data transfers and machine learning could lower vehicle emissions, testing costs, and reduce the need for in-person emissions testing.
Next-Gen Competition: Contest at Case Western Sparks Design Ingenuity
Next-Gen Student Competition Profile: The Goodyear Innovation Challenge



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